New Phytologist

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Cover Gallery 2011


New Phytologist, December 2011 192 (4) - cover

Volume 192 Issue 4 (December 2011)

Peatland, Lochan Bealach an Eilein, Sutherland, UK. Courtesy of J. N. Shaw.

New Phytologist, November 2011 192 (3) - cover

Volume 192 Issue 3 (November 2011)

Cryo-scanning electron micrograph of the root hair zone in the rice root (root hair cells are highlighted in red). Courtesy of Chul Min Kim. (Kim & Dolan pp. 601-610).

New Phytologist, October 2011 192 (2) - cover

Volume 192 Issue 2 (October 2011)

Nothofagus leaf veins from sun and shade. Courtesy of Tim Brodribb. (Brodribb & Jordan pp. 437–448).

New Phytologist, October 2011 192 (1) - cover

Volume 192 Issue 1 (October 2011)

Three-dimensional structure model of the leucine-rich repeat (LRR) domain of a peanut disease resistance protein. Courtesy of Milind Ratnaparkhe, Xiyin Wang & Andrew H. Paterson. (Ratnaparkhe et al. pp. 164-178).

New Phytologist, September 2011 191 (4) - cover

Volume 191 Issue 4 (September 2011)

Cyperus sphaerocephalus, a sedge in a lineage that made an unusual transition from wind to insect pollination. Courtesy of Peter Wragg. (Wragg & Johnson pp. 1128-1140).

New Phytologist, August 2011 191 (3) - cover

Volume 191 Issue 3 (August 2011)

Young inflorescence of Cornus macrophylla in developmental stage III (false colored SEM). Courtesy of Chunmiao Feng. (Feng et al. pp. 850-869).

New Phytologist, July 2011 191 (2) - cover

Volume 191 Issue 2 (July 2011)

Oenothera nuttallii (white-stemmed evening primrose), Rocky Mountain National Park. Courtesy of Robert A. Raguso. (Evans et al. pp. 555-563).

New Phytologist, July 2011 191 (1) - cover

Volume 191 Issue 1 (July 2011)

Physcomitrella patens hybrid sporophyte expressing GFP (green) on a maternal wild-type gametophore (red, chloroplast auto-fluorescence). Courtesy of Pierre-François Perroud. (Perroud et al. pp. 301–306).

New Phytologist, June 2011 190 (4) - cover

Volume 190 Issue 4 (June 2011)

SEM of transgenic Nicotiana tabacum SCI1Ri at stage-2 of flower development showing the pistil and anthers. Courtesy of Henrique DePaoli & Maria-Helena Goldman. (DePaoli et al. pp. 882–895)

New Phytologist, May 2011 190 (3) - cover

Volume 190 Issue 3 (May 2011)

Over-expressed AtVLN4 in tobacco pollen grain were colocalized with actin filaments. Courtesy of Haiyun Ren (Zhang et al. pp. 667–682).

New Phytologist, April 2011 190 (2) - cover

Volume 190 Issue 2 (April 2011)

Meionectes brownii submerged in a wetland, showing extensive growth of aquatic roots. Courtesy of Ole Pedersen. (Rich et al. pp. 311–319).

New Phytologist, April 2011 190 (1) - cover

Volume 190 Issue 1 (April 2011)

Cuticular ridges extend over the surface of Arabidopsis petal epidermal cells (false coloured SEM). Courtesy of David Panikashvili. (Panikashvili et al. pp. 113–124).

New Phytologist, March 2011 189 (4) - cover

Volume 189 Issue 4 (March 2011)

Thermal image of Philodendron inflorescence (white structure) heating 11oC above air temperature. Courtesy of Sharon Robinson and Andrew Netherwood. (Miller et al. pp. 1013–1026).

New Phytologist, November 2010 189 (3) - cover

Volume 189 Issue 3 (February 2011)

Cross-section of a Tuber brumale truffle showing the gleba and the fertile tissues containing spores. Courtesy of C. Murat, INRA, France.

New Phytologist, January 2011 189 (2) - cover

Volume 189 Issue 2 (January 2011)

Bumble bee visiting an Antirrhinum flower with venation patterning which is thought to provide nectar guides for pollinators. Courtesy of Vernon Clarke. (Shang et al. pp. 602–615).

New Phytologist, January 2011 189 (1) - cover

Volume 189 Issue 1 (January 2011)

Treeline of Nothofagus pumilio in central Patagonia, Chile. Courtesy of Alex Fajardo. (Fajardo & Piper pp. 259–271).

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